6 Book Storage Ideas For Your Home

6 Book Storage Ideas For Your Home

Rebecca Orlov
May 18, 2009
[Simple book placement inspiration at the Catherine Malandrino store in Los Angeles.]
We often talk about book storage and placement on Apartment Therapy. Since so many readers enjoy their book collections for reading enjoyment and also decor in their space, we thought we would revisit some of Apartment Therapy's storage solutions. Check them out after the jump.

When your footprint is limited, consider going vertical and storing your books in your rafters. This storage solution draws the eye up and provides additional floor space for your other items.

Storing your books on shelves by color coordination is one idea that a lot of Apartment Therapy readers enjoy and also don't enjoy.

Stacking books into functional furniture is another idea we have talked about on Apartment Therapy.

There are tons of ways to stack books to create a visual impact in your home. One way is to consider stacking them any which way, creating a controlled chaotic vibe.

If you have a) the room and b) the book collection, consider making your books the focal point of living space.

We see this book storage solution frequently and think it's a great idea for small spaces. Use your book shelf as a room divider and create design and function.

What is your book solution? Let us know below and upload your book storage ideas to our Flickr Apartment Therapy LA Group Pool.

Check out more storage solutions from Apartment Therapy:

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